So I am currently working on an Ionic 4 project with React. When the app goes into the background, a background task is kicked off that will update our store. Based on this update, the app is supposed to render a page blocker, and everything works except for the actual painting of the app. The Bakground Task works, the store gets updated, and the React component render function runs. However, when I navigate back to the app the dom hasn’t actually been updated, and there is a flicker of the previous state before the page blocker renders. It appears as though background tasks are working fine to update state but rendering doesn’t work in the background. Is this intended functionality? Or is this a bug?